Cramming for an Enrollment Here are Noteworthy Universities in Florida

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Known as the Sunshine State, Florida is one of the best locations if you are looking for warm weather and awesome culture. In the land where summer is all year round, Florida is also home to some of the best universities you can enroll in.

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University of Florida (UF)

University Of Florida

Founded in 1853, UF is one of best national universities in this state. It boasts of 2,000 acres of land with over 50,000 enrollees from undergraduate to doctor’s degree. UF is home to Florida Gators, an NCAA Division | Southern Conference football competitor.

This public university holds its annual ‘Gator Growl’, which is the largest student-initiated pep rally in Florida. Tim Tebow, Marco Rubio, Steve Spurrier, and Erin Andrews are some of UF’s notable alumni.

Some of its esteemed graduate programs such as The College of Medicine, Warrington College of Business, and Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering may interest you.

This institution is situated along 201 Crisler Hall, Gainesville, Florida. You may contact them through phone at (352) 392-3261. 

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University of Miami

University Of Miami

Whenever you think about Miami, you’ll probably encounter ‘hurricanes’ in the search box. But fear not, the University of Miami stands as one of the best places for students to hone their research skills. This institution stands out in Business, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Communication, Marketing, Management, and Journalism.

Aside from academic excellence, you get to experience a vibrant student life—especially for water sports enthusiasts. This institution also hosts the Canes Film Festival and Sportsfest. If you’re an undergraduate, you’ll surely love good ol’ UMiami Boat Burning Ceremony in Lake Osceola.  Before graduating, check the Venetian Pools, Wynwood, and Brickell.

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The University of Miami is in Coral Gables, Florida. Interested applicants may contact them through phone: (305) 284-2211.

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Florida State University (FSU)

Florida State University

To date, FSU is a public institution with over 40,000 students with over 600 student organizations. The Seminoles, FSU’s own 18 NCAA Division sports team, is also a well-known football team. While it may not be the easiest school to get accepted, all students have a fair chance of applying and getting evaluated.

If you get accepted, you may also have the opportunity for study abroad programs. This university excelled in the fields of criminal justice and safety studies, English language and literature, and psychology.

FSU is located in Tallahassee, Florida. Applicants may contact them through (850) 644-2525.

If you’ll be coming in from a different country, you need clothing suitable for a subtropical climate. Expect only two seasons: wet season happens during June to October and dry season happen between October to May. Expect the temperature to play around 20 to degree Celsius all year round.

And beyond the academic walls, bring sunscreen, a bathing suit (or two!), a towel, and a camera with you!

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